drieuxster (drieuxster) wrote,
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drieuxster

Which family values?

A man who had long been vocal in his opposition to abortion was shot to death Friday morning while staging an anti-abortion protest outside a Michigan high school, authorities said.
...
Prosecutors said the suspect, who is 33, targeted Mr. Pouillon because he disapproved of the victim’s protests in front of children at the school.

“There was some displeasure with how open he was,” said Sara Edwards, the chief assistant prosecutor for Shiawassee County. “He tended to carry big signs with very graphic pictures of fetuses.”
...
The police said the suspect told them that he had been involved in another shooting Friday at a gravel company, Fuoss Gravel, in nearby Owosso Township. The company’s owner, Mike Fuoss, 61, was found dead in his office around 8 a.m.

[ cf Anti-Abortion Protester Shot to Death ]
WingNut Friendly Fire Incident?

Or a problem with Gun Brandishers forgetting about the lines of civil propriety?

Wonder if the Family Values crew, or their ProWarWeenies, or even The Gun Brandishing Cultists will ride to the defense of this poor chaps effort to do that 1st Ammendment Thing with Those Special 2nd Ammendment Rights.
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